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Let children explore a new line of thinking through play with ribbons, laces and cords, as Alice Sharp suggests.

Use an enjoyable story book to complement experiences that children have with resources found in the real world around them, following suggestions from Helen Bromley.

A project on houses came close to home when nursery children got to make their own real bricks. Teacher Judith Cowley describes how.

See how some of children's favourite playthings can build the foundations for further learning when you provide the best resources in each area of provision in your setting, with suggestions from Helen Bromley.

Communication was the key to searching for treasure in an activity devised by Emma Austin and Sue Milburn.

Sniff out the differences in objects, experiences and memories with activities from Jean Evans

Give the children a taste of the diversity of foods the world has to offer with some tantalising activities from Jean Evans

Your setting's exploratory play trays need not be limited to sand and water - try these ideas from Kevin Kelman

Any way you mix it, paint can be turned into an exciting material with everyday additions, says Kevin Kelman

There's no need to stick to basic playdough with these ideas for more creative materials from Kevin Kelman

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